EU leaders call for dialogue at Ukraine summit

Europe's leaders gathered for crisis talks on Ukraine Thursday, pressing Russia to opt for dialogue and de-escalation while warning sanctions were in the offing should Moscow refuse a diplomatic solution. Mar 7, 2014

Radical Muslim: jihadists only react to western invasions

Abubaker Shariff Ahmed is one of the Musa mosque's radical leaders in Mombasa, branded by Kenyan authorities as an epicentre for the indoctrination and recruitment of Islamic militants.He denies any links with Somalia's Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab rebels. Mar 6, 2014

Pistorius witness accused of doctoring testimony

Oscar Pistorius' defence lawyer accused a key witness of doctoring evidence with his wife to "incriminate" the athlete on Thursday, as he tried to scupper the prosecution's principal line of attack. Mar 6, 2014

S.Korea calls on North to give up its nuclear weapons

South Korean President Park Geun-Hye says the the obstacle to economic prosperity on the Korean peninsula is North Korea’s nuclear weapons as she attends a ceremony for 5,860 new military officers. Mar 6, 2014

Twenty years on, Rwanda's reconciliation goes on step by step

At least 800,000 people, the overwhelming majority a Tutsi minority were murdered in Rwanda - by soldiers, Hutu extremist militia and even ordinary people in 1994. Twenty years on and the process of reconciliation is on-going. Duration: 02:19 Mar 6, 2014

Kiran Bedi questions AAP on their provocation to go BJP headquarters

New Delhi, March 06 (ANI): After a scuffle between BJP and AAP workers in front of BJP headquarters following Arvind Kejriwal’s detention in Gujarat, Former IPS officer Kiran Bedi questioned the party on their provocation to visit there. Bedi said that if there is any problem against any political party, AAP should have visited the Election Commission rather than doing what they did. She also said that the AAP sent a mass text message to everyone to collect at the location and that the message is a proof against them. Mar 6, 2014

India and US can tackle all challenges together: US Assistant Secretary of State

New Delhi, March 06 (ANI): While addressing a press conference in Delhi, on her first visit to India, US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Nisha D Biswal said that India and US can tackle all the challenges when they will work together. Biswal said that with combined efforts of both, India and Pakistan, bilateral trade can grow to a soaring 10 billion US Dollars unlike now. The US Assistant Secretary of State also laid emphasis on US and India’s efforts to come closer and work together for better and developed economy. Earlier, Biswal held detailed discussions on India-US relations with her counterpart, the Joint Secretary for the Americas in the Ministry of External Affairs. Mar 6, 2014

Movement will end if AAP resorts to violence, BJP trying to deviate from real issue: Kejriwal

Gandhidam, March 06 (ANI): AAP Convener Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said that of the party members will indulge in violence then the whole movement will end as a whole. He said that the BJP is trying to deviate from the real issues by resorting to violence and AAP have to remain away from the same. He said that the Gujarat police were looking for excuses to stop him when they had no reasons to do so. Kejriwal also said that the party has to work and tell the people that Gujarat’s model of development doesn’t work and the progress being talked about is of Ambani and Adani and that farmers are being looted. Mar 6, 2014

Indian Medical Associations calls off Doctors strike after High Courts intervention

New Delhi, March 06 (ANI): Indian Medical Association called off the doctors’ strike on Thursday after the Allahabad High Court promised judicial enquiry of the agitation following the arrest of doctors after a scuffle with a SP legislator. The doctors decided to withdraw their stir after a delegation led by Devendra Lal Chandani, chairman of the action committee of the Indian Medical Association, met Samajwadi Party Chief, Mulayam Singh Yadav in Lucknow. IMA Secretary General Narendra Sahni said that Mulayam during the visit promised that twenty-three junior doctors, who were arrested for the clash with police and supporters of a local legislator will be released and efforts would be made to convince them to return to work. Mar 6, 2014